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Cruise control functions
There are several driver support systems that can assist you while driving in order to maintain a suitable speed depending on situation. Here is a summary to make them more easily distinguishable from each other.
Steering wheel buttons for the cruise control functions
The cruise control functions can be controlled using the left-hand steering wheel keypad. This is applicable to the speed limiter (SL* .
Selecting and activating cruise control functions
The cruise control functions have to be selected first before they can be activated using a steering wheel button. This is applicable to the speed limiter (SL* .
Deactivating cruise control functions
The cruise control functions can be deactivated using a button on the steering wheel. The function then switches to standby mode. This is applicable to the speed limiter (SL* .